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Tau'ri outposts are military, research or mining bases used and operated by the Tau'ri in both the Milky Way and Pegasus galaxies. Three of the known outposts operated by the Tau'ri were built by the Ancients in the past, two were jointly shared and built with the Tau'ri's allies, among them the Asgard and the Unas, and the rest were build by the Tau'ri themselves. Most were powered by a Naquadah generator, however there have been some exceptions where the outposts were powered by the Zero Point Modules, Solar power, radioactive core of a planet or any other available power source. Like the Ancient outposts, most of the Tau'ri outposts were equipped with defensive systems, sensor systems, shield systems, communications and any special technology like a Cloak, Stargates and F-302 fighter-interceptor's. Also some of the outpost built by the Tau'ri were also equipped with dialing computer systems even though the outposts has a Dial Home Device. This is to ensure the safety of the outpost.
- Antarctic outpost
- Area 37-92/NV
- Area 51
- Kuybyshev Airbase (Former secondary stargate facility, Russian Airbase)
- McMurdo (Research Base)
- McMurdo Air Force Base
- Peterson Air Force Base
- The Pentagon (Military Headquarters)
- Stargate Command (Stargate facility, SGC base of operation)
- White Rock Research Station
Current off-world outpostsEdit
- Alpha Site (III)/P4X-650 (Current Milky Way Alpha Site)
- Alpha Site (Pegasus Galaxy) (Pegasus Alpha Site)
- Beta Site (Major military base)
- Gamma Site (Major military base)
- Omega Site (Major military base, formerly shared with the Asgard)
- P3X-403 (Mining base for Naquadah, jointly shared with the Unas)
- P4F-221 (Mining base for Naquadah)
- P5C-629 (Military base and part of the "Seeker Project")